List of SWIFT Code or BIC Code and Addresses of all Banks which located at Netherlands

BANK SWIFT Code


Netherlands ALL BANK/INSTITUTIONS SWIFT code LIST


What is SWIFT Code of all banks of Netherlands country?

SWIFT code of Netherlands country all banks consist 11 digit code. First of all, let's know about the use of swift code is used for transfer money internationally one bank account to another bank account. Society For Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication is a full form of SWIFT code. SWIFT code is also known as a BIC code.BIC code stands for Bank identifier codes.SWIFT Code or BIC Code of all banks of Netherlands are approved by the ISO(International Organization for Standardization).

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how can I find all banks SWIFT code of Netherlands country?

you can find swift code at bank website also asked on your bank customer care number. and this is some website where you find your bank swift code by an easily selecting Netherlands country, your bank, your city, and your branch at bankifscswiftcode.com

How much money Netherlands country banks charge for international money transfer?

its totally depends on your provider bank. your bank charge up to $50 dollar for transfer money and its also depends on which Netherlands country bank are you using for transfer money and how much money you are sending.

Advantages and Disadvantages transfer money by SWIFT code.

Advantages of SWIFT code

  • provide high security for money transfer anywhere in the world.
  • transfer any amount of money.
  • if swift code is wrong money will be credited in the account.

Disadvantages of SWIFT code

  • its take up to five days for money transfer.
  • if the exchange rate is high you might lose money.

A Format of Netherlands country's banks SWIFT Code

SWIFT code of all banks of Netherlands country consists 8 or 11 characters:(ex. MRMDUS33CLS).

  • 1-4 characters is a bank code:(ex. MRMDxxxxxxx).
  • 5-6 characters is a country code:(ex. xxxxUSxxxxx).
  • 7-8 characters is a location code:(ex. xxxxxx33xxx).
  • 9-11 characters is a bank branch code, it is optional (letters and digits)(ex. xxxxxxxxCLS).

Difference between SWIFT Code & IFSC Code

SWIFT Code

IFSC Code

It is used for transfer money via wire transfer between two oversea banks. It is used for transfer money via wire transfer between two banks in India.
It is an 8 or 11 digit code. It is an 11-digit code.
1-4 characters is a bank code. 1-4 characters show the bank name.
5-6 characters show country code. 5th characters always 0(ZERO).
7-11 digits speak to the bank area. IN 7-11 characters 7-8 characters are location code and 9-11 characters are bank branch code (9-11 characters is optional).

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